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First Asset changes names of five ETFs

Tue, 17/06/2014 - 06:03

First Asset Investment Management has changed the names of five of its exchange-traded funds (ETFs) to reflect a change in the names of the funds’ underlying indices.

The index methodologies are unchanged and the name changes do not affect the stock exchange ticker symbols or CUSIPS for the ETFs.
 
Unitholders are not required to take any action in relation to the name changes.
 
The First Asset DEX Government Bond Barbell Index ETF is now the First Asset Government Bond Barbell Index ETF and tracks the FTSE TMX Canada Government Bond Barbell Index (formerly DEX Government Bond Barbell Index).
 
The First Asset DEX Corporate Bond Barbell Index ETF is now the First Asset Corporate Bond Barbell Index ETF and tracks the FTSE TMX Canada Corporate Bond Barbell Index (formerly DEX Corporate Bond Barbell Index).
 
The First Asset DEX All Canada Bond Barbell Index ETF is now the First Asset All Canada Bond Barbell Index ETF and tracks the FTSE TMX All Canada Bond Barbell Index (formerly DEX All Canada Bond Barbell Index).
 
First Asset DEX Provincial Bond Index ETF is now the First Asset Provincial Bond Index ETF and tracks the FTSE TMX Canada Provincial Bond Index (formerly DEX Universe Provincial Bond Index).
 
First Asset DEX 1-5 Year Laddered Government Strip Bond Index ETF is now the First Asset 1-5 Year Laddered Government Strip Bond Index ETF and tracks the FTSE TMX Canada 1-5 Year Laddered Government Strip Bond Index (formerly DEX 1-5 Year Laddered Government Strip Bond Index).


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